The U.S. Department of Commerce is dedicated to increasing information and communications technologies (ICT) exports. We do this by strengthening the global competitiveness of these industries through industry analysis, trade policy development, trade promotion, and addressing trade barriers. The U.S. Department of Commerce works with businesses that use the digital economy to deliver their products and services. We provide international market research, procurement leads, and trade events tailored to accelerate their international growth.
Join the U.S. Commercial Service each month starting in February 2023 for a uniquely comprehensive look at the promise of the African continent for U.S. exporters. U.S. technology of all kinds is in demand throughout the continent. These webinars will help you gather the intel you need to develop your company's successful entry or expansion in Africa.
The United States Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration (ITA), is organizing a Cyber security Business Development Mission to New Delhi and Mumbai, India, along with optional stops in Bangalore or Hyderabad, India.
Exhibit at Infosecurity Europe
• Over 15,000 Industry professionals from 82 different countries
• develop brand recognition
• 74% of visitors authorize or influence security decisions
• 55% were first time visitors
• U.S. Pavilion turn key booth
ITA is now recruiting U.S. firms to join an executive-led Cybersecurity Business Development Mission delegation to Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan. Applicants must submit a completed and signed mission application no later than June 23, 2023.
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